Watch Xfinity Monday Live With Broncos Tight End A.J. DerbySee video from Monday night's CBS4 Sports show!
Simmons Defends Kubiak's Overtime DecisionBroncos safety Justin Simmons is defending his coach's decision to go for a 62 yard field goal try in overtime.
Marshall: Broncos Striving For Home Field AdvantageThe Broncos have six games remaining, including three against AFC West opponents, and Brandon Marshall knows what possibly awaits if they win them all.
After Bye, Davis Says Broncos Will Need A 'Playoff Mentality'For Bronco Todd Davis, who was cut by the Saints early in his career, the win in New Orleans on Sunday was extra special.
Harris Jr.: Broncos No Fly Zone 'Prides Itself On Scoring'Chris Harris Jr. and the Broncos picked up their first divisional win of the season with a 27-19 win over the Chargers on Sunday.
Fowler: Balance 'Very Important' For Broncos OffenseThe Broncos had their best running game of the season on Monday. Wide receiver Bennie Fowler said on Xfinity Monday Live that's a critical part of their offensive game plan.
Broncos Rookie Parks: Defense Will Work To Avoid Slow StartsThe Broncos defense has come under fire for its lack of intensity starting games.
Schlereth: Picking 'Fiery' DeCamillis To Lead Broncos Makes SenseAfter suffering their first loss of the season, the Broncos are preparing for a quick turnaround as they travel to San Diego for a game Thursday night.
As Offense Improves, Marshall Says Defense 'Doing Our Thing'Brandon Marshall currently leads the team with 25 total tackles and the Broncos defense is currently 4th best in the NFL, allowing just 283.2 yards per game.
Broncos Receiver Taylor Not Surprised By Siemian's Historic GameBroncos wide receiver Jordan Taylor wasn't surprised when his quarterback excelled on Sunday because "he goes out there and proves himself on the practice field, and does it against our defense."
Shane Ray Ready To 'Take It To Another Level'Broncos defensive captain DeMarcus Ware's injury means that Shane Ray will be called upon to play an even bigger role in the Broncos defense moving forward.
Darian Stewart: Broncos Defense Is Going To 'Keep Being Aggressive'Several people have labeled the Broncos "dirty" for their hits on Cam Newton, but safety Darian Stewart took exception to that label on Monday night.

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